So many people have said to me "How hard can catching a stream trout be?" I am here to tell you that its not as easy as some think. Being from the Midwest I really thought I knew how to fish, as there are so many species to choose from and the one constant in the Midwest was that you can get away with 10 pound test line and a six and a half foot fishing rod.
Let us guide you to the right places for all that you will need to make planning your outdoor experience fun and easy. There are so many choices for places to enjoy, whether it’s a picnic in a park, a snack on the trail, a barbecue at a lake or in your own backyard.
The Shires of Vermont provides one of the best motorcycle riding areas in all of the Northeast! With the fresh air of Vermont and surrounding locations, the rolling hills of the Shires and blue skies for miles, view the stunning scenery from the seat of a motorcycle...
All trails begin and end at Hildene’s Welcome Center where guests get a glimpse of all that its mission: Values into Action encompasses. It is here that guests can access a map and information on everything from the Pullman car to the floating boardwalk and how to get there and back .
The Shires of Vermont is home to several great summer camp options for your kiddos. Whether your child is into discovering new things in nature, athletics, creating art, horses, or growing as a person here are some great options to fill those summer days with memories for a lifetime.
In May, some Vermonters head south, but you don’t have to go too far south to get away. Nestled in the southwestern corner of the state, Bennington is bustling this month with a point-to-point marathon on May 21. On May 27, it’s also the site of a block party/crafts fair and on May 20 serves as a base camp for the largest pro/am bike race/tour in the country, the Tour of the Battenkill, just across the New York border.
Mark your calendar for June 3. It's the first ever combined Cancer Center Community Crusaders Day of Celebration and National Cancer Survivors Day at SVMC. There will be an opening ceremony at 10 a.m. cupcake tasting, raffles and prize drawings, music, and kids’ activities like inflatable bounce houses and face painting continue throughout the day.
As mud season gives way to honest-to-goodness spring in Vermont, our family has taken to the mountains, exploring our favorite trails in the southern part of the state. We’ve been trekking and meandering the trails around Southern Vermont with our kids for the past 10 years, and now we want share our favorites with you.